Organizing a photowalk can be a lot of work. Yesterday was the Worldwide Photowalk, with photowalks organized in 900 locations. I helped put together the Charleston, SC photowalk which turned out to be a resounding success. Had about 45 people show up for the photowalk, and I think we even picked up a few people along the way. Had a great time wandering around the peninsula taking pictures and meeting fellow photography enthusiasts.
The day started off pretty nice, but started to get pretty warm towards the end of the walk. I finished off the day with close to 150 photos that I eventually culled down to 111 which I posted in my photo gallery.
This one turned out to be one of my favourites. At Elliot St and Bedon's Alley, there's a shell of an old building that now serves as a parking lot. I was in there looking around and saw this through one of the windows.
The top of the Cumberland parkade offered some pretty good views as well.
Quite happy with the way the photowalk turned out. I'll have to try to find some time to organize more of them.
The rest of my photos.